The global pandemic drastically changed how businesses use technology and has inspired innovations across sectors.
That’s because what makes transformation harder is that it’s about simultaneously orchestrating change across four different dimensions – technology, data, people, and process across the corporation and that’ needs to be a rigorous, well-planned process.
He also sheds light on the changing role of chief digital officer and Chief information officer and are helping its clients adopt digital technologies for making better and faster decisions.
The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated that regardless of an organization’s size, industry or geography, digital transformation is no longer a “nice to have,” it’s a “must-have.”
As we adjust to the new normal, entire business models and value chains are changing.
Mature hyper-automation SaaS are digitizing virtually any processes, and composable services are rapidly being assembled into a composite capability to address new business requirements.
Data for the first time is a first-class citizen of enterprise architectures and deep learning engines have come to be very inexpensive to train, accelerating deliver real value.
But to get to autonomous, we need to automate more, and this requires more AI, cloud, data & automation.
These vectors comprise of deep understanding of domain, digital tools, and capabilities to architect the new business framework, and large-scale program management to orchestrate people, process, technology and data.
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